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November 2 2007 Neuromuscular Diseases Newsletter


Here's the latest article from the Neuromuscular Diseases site at BellaOnline.com.

Experiencing Rejection

When does rejection start?

ejectina child can start in the motherís womb. The fetus is aware of her Rejecting a child can start in the motherís womb. The fetus is aware of her emotions and can sense rejection even before birth. Family and other violence, or any violence affects the baby as the motherís fear and stress is passed on to the baby.

Read more at:
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art31314.asp

Greetings, and welcome to the 2nd November 2007 Neuromuscular Diseases Newsletter
This free newsletter is put out weekly and provides a wealth of information for anybody living with or interested in Neuromuscular Diseases and the effect it has on peopleís lives.

Coping with Rejection

I am sure all of us have experienced rejection at one time or another. Let us talk and share our experiences of being rejected for whatever reason.

It is difficult to think of how many times I had to deal with rejection. Being left out when other people think I will not be able to do something I am positive that it is within my abilities and not allowed to reach a specific goal. I wanted to become a Sunday School teacher but was rejected because the pastor and the elders of the church thought I will never be able to cope in a classroom because I am blind and, according to them, will not be able to do the work well enough. Not even the fact that I taught sighted children teaching them computer skills could persuade them to give me the opportunity to fulfil my dream.

Thoughts for the week:

"Men are born to succeed, not fail."
- Henry David Thoreau

"The growth & development of people is the highest calling of leadership."
- Harvey S. Fireston

ďOne must not lose desires. They are mighty stimulants to creativeness, to love, and to long life."
- Alexander A. Boomholtes

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Wollie Woehler, Neuromuscular Diseases Editor
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